The AirMax 3000 is a full-sized upright atmospheric water harvester that extracts water from the air and turns it into drinking water. These units are equipped with an electronic control system that turns the machine on and off when full and circulates the water to maintain clean drinking water 24 hours a day. Humidity levels and filter changing requirements are indicated with digital displays. The system can produce up to 8 gal of drinking water per day.
Designed with effortless maintenance, the we300 Series is an advanced system that provides excellent water quality. With features such as a state-of-the-art LED panel and large water capacity, this machine integrates function and style. It is durably manufactured and finished with sleek glass panels that allow for countless branding possibilities.
Waterless urinals — which also are called no-water, no-flush or no-flow urinals — have endured a few hard knocks in the media in recent years. While these systems have worked well in a variety of facilities for decades, two 2010 incidents caused many facility managers to reconsider this technology.
Separating fact from fiction about waterless urinals
Timelessly designed and easy to maintain, the we200/250 water cooler is a state-of-the-art system that includes easy-to-use features, durable components and high-grade materials. The compact footprint makes placement easy in and office environment. The energy-efficient system is made of stainless steel and features backlit LED display, fast recovery rates, RO and UF options, and branding options. It is easy to maintain and service
According to a Zenith Intl. report, there has been a major shift in the types of machine used
The western Europe water cooler market, which scarcely existed 25 years ago, climbed to a record 2.78 million units installed at the end of 2012, according to a new report from the sector’s specialist consultancy, Zenith Intl.